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The Week That Was: November 29, 2015
3 Frustrations When Helping Students
Be a Big Brother or Big Sister
Roughed-Up Akwesasne Man Walks On
Little Lending in Any SD Counties
Tulsa Law Program Not Just for Attorneys
USDA Seeds Econ Development in N. Mexico
Video: If Natives Said What Whites Say
Police Sacrifice Dignity and Doughnuts
Oneida Nation Opens Bank Branch
8 MORE Points of Wisdom From Dr. Coyote
What’s Your American Indian IQ?
Indian Country’s Barack Obama?
Raul Trujillo: NatGeo Saints & Strangers
Int'l Crises: Our Past, Their Present
Indigenous Climate Experts Take Paris
DOJ Asks SCOTUS To Rule Case
Being Considered 'as Nothing'
Awesome Worldwide Rock Your Mocs Pics
Thanks for Nothing
Thing About Skins
Water rights supported before Congress
WASHINGTON – A pair of tribal water rights settlements received renewed attention from Congress just before its break for summer recess...
NB3 Golf Challenge is all about the future
Gale Courey Toensing
An open letter to Indian country
Letter to the Editor
There is an Indian proverb I’ve always liked: “Treat the earth well...
Temecula to file lawsuit over stalled Pechanga funding pact
A funding standoff between Temecula and the Pechanga Indian tribe is expected to trigger a lawsuit soon that could fracture a close relationship between the pair of neighboring jur...
Marty Two Bulls Sr.
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Yurok Indians exult at return of sacred cache
The Smithsonian Institution has returned a trove of precious artifacts to the Yurok Indians in California in what is one of the largest repatriations of Native American ceremonial ...
On the anniversary of Wampanoag King Philip’s death
John Goff and Julianne Jennings
I n 1675, his name sparked intense fear and dread across English Massachusetts and throughout New England...
Oneida Nation dispossessed of right to reclaim land or compensation
Gale Courey Toensing
NEW YORK – If an appeals court ruling stands, Indian nations may not be able to reclaim their illegally taken ancestral lands or receive compensation for their loss, because it wou...
Southeast Native leaders remember Ted Stevens
Monday’s plane crash near Dillingham ended the life of one of Alaska Natives’ most effective advocates in Washington, D.C...
'Dazzling Colors' shows trials of Plains Indians on reservations
The empty 19th century feathered Yankton Sioux headdress, with flowing eagle feathers and colorful bead work, in the middle of the room might suggest the exhibit it's part of is ab...
Tribal leaders see benefit to new law on sentencing
A new federal law lets tribal judges hand down longer sentences, and assures help from federal prosecutors when more serious crimes are committed on American Indian reservations, l...
Time tight for Akaka Bill
There are enough votes in the U.S. Senate to pass by year's end a bill to treat native Hawaiians like the nation's other indigenous groups. That's according to Sen...
Indian scholars gather to share Native perspective on history
On the first day of classes, Myla Vicenti Carpio, an assistant professor of American Indian Studies at Arizona State University, shakes hands with all her new students and welcomes...
Mashpee Wampanoag tribe trying to take Fall River land into trust
The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe says it has added 300 acres in Fall River to the land it is trying to take into trust with the federal government, a move that would facilitate the trib...
Best-Selling Book Tells Story Of Fierce Comanches
In the 19th century, U.S...
Children Dying While Predators Roam Free
Part 2 of 5 VANCOUVER, British Columbia—Convicted sexual predator Martin Tremblay is still roaming free after two teenage girls died in March—one at his home—after being given a le...
Glendale attempts to block new casino
City officials in Glendale, Ariz., have rebuffed offers from the Tohono O'odham Nation Indian tribe to discuss a proposed casino project near the city...
Building the Indian Country economy, one business at a time
Drive down Highway 1 in Red Lake and you'll see lots of government buildings and a tribally owned grocery store. But there are no coffee shops or clothing stores...
Gambling delay could give tribe upper hand
With efforts to legalize casino gambling in Massachusetts on the verge of dying, casino supporters say Massachusetts is in danger of letting the Mashpee Wampanoags have the upper h...
Tribal motorcycle run honors Native traditions
Sharing traditional stories and legends of the Native American people sets two motorcycle runs apart from the others during the Sturgis rally...
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